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Tag: Money Laundering
By JGillman, Section News
The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission ("JTC") authorized and directed the filing of a complaint against the Hon. Diane Marie Hathaway, a Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. The action is under the authority of the JTC under Article 6, Section 30 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963, as amended, and MCR 9.200 et seq.
For fraud, Money laundering,tax evasion,lying under oath,.. little stuff like that.
AND in the mean time, the Judicial Tenure Commission has indicated it would like the Supreme court to suspend the sitting Michigan Supreme Court Justice immediately.
"The Judicial Tenure Commission, through its Examiner, requests that the Supreme Court give immediate consideration to its petition for interim suspension filed concurrently with this motion, based on the following:Yep.
A side note: Respondent is disqualified from considering this motion. See MCR 2.003; MCR 9.204(A); In re Justin, 490 Mich 394 (2012).
She has 14 days in which to directly respond to the complaint.
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It seems the unions don't want anyone to have an opinion, or affect public policy if it keeps them from being firmly in control as our masters. The use of government by big labor to move forward policy is hardly any breaking news, but recent power grabs in the health care, banking and major manufacturing industries are an end game policy. A policy which many Americans have stood up against particularly in 2009 with literally THOUSANDS of protests and townhall meetings.
The union leaders are hell bent on maintaining the power base which they have managed, even in the midst of declining membership in commercial enterprise. Government membership however is becoming more diseased all the time. As government jobs increase so does the membership in the very unions which have tried so very hard to mute the voices in America that are contrary to the re distributive schemes of our administration both here and national. The tea party folks being only the first targets.
Pay close attention and read on..
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